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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Lowe’s to build at McClellan
  • Tallapoosa Honda plant rolls out first transmission
  • One person killed in I-59 accident
  • Albertville man charged with attempting to kill Attalla officer


Lowe’s to build at McClellan 

Home improvement retailer Lowe’s, will be building a new location at McClellan.  The Joint Powers Authority last month voted to sell a 17 acre site for the store to Anniston Developer Earlon McWhorter.  The new store will be built on Alabama highway 21 at the recently completed Summerall Gate Road across from Anniston Middle School.  Construction on the new store is expected to begin in mid summer for a targeted opening next spring.


Tallapoosa Honda plant rolls out first transmission 

The new Honda Motors plant in Tallapoosa, Georgia  rolled out it’s first completed transmission Friday.  The plant officially opened on May first and according to plant manager John Spoltman, 20 to 35 percent of the plants employees reside in Alabama.  Spoltman said that Honda has been seeking more employees in the region to fill some 240 positions to bring the work force demands due to expansion of the plant.  Originally the plant was to be a 100 million dollar project with a workforce of 400.  But the company decided to add aluminum die casting and machining along with additional production capabilities adding another 100 thousand square feet .  Honda Precision Parts of Georgia is the company’s 13th major plant in North America.  It will initially support the production of Honda Odyssey minivans and Pilot sport utility vehicles at the companies manufacturing facility in Lincoln.  Officials say that once at full capacity, the Tallapoosa plant is expected to produce 300 thousand automatic transmissions per year.


One person killed in I-59 accident 

One person was killed and another injured in a one car accident Friday afternoon on interstate 59 five miles south of Attalla in Etowah County.  According to the Jacksonville trooper post.  49 year old Linda B. Rutledge of Wilton  was the driver of a 1998 chevy Malibu, she was taken to UAB Hospital in Birmingham,  a passenger in the vehicle, 45 year old Lisa Lawley of Calera was killed.  Troopers said the one vehicle accident is still under investigation.



Albertville man charged with attempting to kill Attalla officer 

32 year old Chad Phillip Woodall of an Albertville address is facing charges of attempted murder, first degree assault and leaving the scene of an accident with injuries.  Woodall is also charged with a number of misdemeanor offenses including resisting arrest, driving under the influence, speeding and reckless driving.  Woodall is accused of driving his car head on into an Attalla police car driven by Lt.Khris Yancey during a chase late last Wednesday night.  According to Attalla Police Chief Joe Hereford, the police cruiser was knocked about 24 feet and the 33 year old officer got out of his car and collapsed.  At last reports Lt. Yancey remained in the hospital.  Woodall is currently being held in the Etowah county jail.

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